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Everything about the Barangay B&B is gorgeous from our tropical decorated room to our hosts Wimmo and God. I booked the room on the advice of TripAdvisor for three nights in July for my husband's birthday and we had a wonderful stay.
The B&B is...More
Sorry to say I cannot share the positive feelings about this place. yes the people are very friendly, but the room we were given was not up to standard. The main house was full so we were put in the house next door. Its a...More
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Response from wimmo, owner at B&B BarangayResponded 2 October 2008
We were very surprised when we read this review and we do not agree what is written there.
They wrote the room is not up to standard..(?) Here some facts:
-This room is our biggest room, about 25 m2.
-It has a big ensuite bathroom...More
Stayed at the Barangay for 2 nights at the end of a Rhine River Cruise. We selected this bed and breakfast not only for it's close proximity to the boat wharf but from all the great reviews on Trip Advisor. Booking was a breeze and...More
We really enjoyed our stay at the Barangay. My wife and I were warmly welcomed with a drink and given a very helpful guide of Amsterdam. Although we had visited the city before they recommended places that we would never have thought about, let alone...More
We stayed there in the 2nd week of August for 4 days.
We were welcomed in and offered coffee by the very friendly host Wimmo. He also sat us down and gave us some excellent information on places to visit, to eat and prices etc...More
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Response from pushkinhoward | Reviewed this property |
We stayed in the basement room. While it was totally adequate for me and my elderly mother, there wasn’t much privacy. We could see through the window of the neighboring room. And it was in the basement so not much light. If... More
We stayed in the basement room. While it was totally adequate for me and my elderly mother, there wasn’t much privacy. We could see through the window of the neighboring room. And it was in the basement so not much light. If it wouldn’t be for my mother who can’t take stairs, I would definitely rent the upstairs room.